Challenge #23 – Shower Liner

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I don’t think much about my shower curtain liners really. I don’t have mold on mine. I don’t even see them very often.

But I read an article that said you should wash them periodically to KEEP mold from growing on them.

OK, maybe that would be a good idea. I wash other things periodically to keep them clean. So I decided to add this to the challenge.

So we are washing the shower curtain liners, and shower curtains if you are feeling spunky today.

 

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It was easy, except for taking it down and putting it back up, which is always a pain. But I washed the liners in cold water with detergent and then hung them to dry (in the shower) while I washed the shower curtains. I also hung the shower curtains to dry instead of putting them in the dryer to avoid shrinking them. I had washed one a long time ago and it shrunk so bad I had to replace it. So, avoid that by just letting it air-dry. They turned out fine.

If you are really particular you may want to iron them before you re-hang. I had to.

So it took a little more than 30 minutes, but it was broken up, so it didn’t seem so bad.

 

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Challenge #22 – Shower Door

 

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Our shower door usually has spot all over it. The guys who installed it told us to get a squeegee and run over it ‘real quick’ before we hop out of the shower each time.

Come on, I’m not going to do that. I’m not going to end my nice warm, relaxing shower with a freezing cold 2 minutes of clean up. Just so I don’t have spots? No way! I’m going to wrap myself in a nice fluffy warm towel and enjoy the peace and quiet. At that moment, who cares about the spots.

Later, I care about the spots. But they aren’t really harming anything and I don’t have the time to clean them off, so they just sit there, staring at me.

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So, I am taking the time to get rid of them, at least for today! They will be back tomorrow but I will be warm and relaxed and clean so I won’t care.

All I did was take some warm soapy water wipe the doors with it. Then I rinsed them and used Windex and some paper towels to finish the job. It wasn’t hard, but some of the water spots were a bit stubborn.

Good luck with your spots! And if you choose to leave yours – no judgement! If I happen to see them, which I won’t, I will know that you enjoyed your relaxation!

 

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